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6th Jul '17 5:55:45 PM nombretomado
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* "Angel of the Morning" was a hit song in 1968 for Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts. Its importance can be gauged by the 29 cover versions listed on TheOtherWiki, from 1968 to 2007. It describes the feelings of a woman who expects her lover to Not Stay For Breakfast. She has an adult acceptance of the one-night-stand she is seeking, but is conflicted; perhaps longing for something more.

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* "Angel of the Morning" was a hit song in 1968 for Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts. Its importance can be gauged by the 29 cover versions listed on TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, from 1968 to 2007. It describes the feelings of a woman who expects her lover to Not Stay For Breakfast. She has an adult acceptance of the one-night-stand she is seeking, but is conflicted; perhaps longing for something more.
28th Jun '17 11:16:24 PM PaulA
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* Subverted in ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith''. The morning after meeting each other, Jane wakes up and doesn't find her partner in bed. John promptly enters the room carrying breakfast.

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* Subverted in ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith''.''Film/MrAndMrsSmith2005''. The morning after meeting each other, Jane wakes up and doesn't find her partner in bed. John promptly enters the room carrying breakfast.
10th Jun '17 2:40:15 AM JackG
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** A sci-fi take on this trope occurs in a later novel. A BiTheWay telepath {{Body Surf}}s into the body of a beautiful woman so he can sleep with [=McCarthy=]. The next day [=McCarthy=] wakes up next to a very grumpy woman who kicks him out of bed, the telepath having moved on to another body and left the original owner to deal with the hangover and cleaning up.

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** A sci-fi take on this trope occurs in a later novel.''A Day for Damnation''. A BiTheWay telepath {{Body Surf}}s into the body of a beautiful woman so he can sleep with [=McCarthy=]. The next day [=McCarthy=] wakes up next to a very grumpy woman who kicks him out of bed, the telepath having moved on to another body and left the original owner to deal with the hangover and cleaning up.
10th Jun '17 2:33:29 AM JackG
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** A sci-fi take on this trope occurs in a later novel. A BiTheWay telepath {{Body Surf}}s into the body of a beautiful woman so he can sleep with [=McCarthy=]. The next day [=McCarthy=] wakes up next to a very grumpy woman who kicks him out of bed, Ted having moved on to another body and left the original owner to deal with the hangover and cleaning up.

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** A sci-fi take on this trope occurs in a later novel. A BiTheWay telepath {{Body Surf}}s into the body of a beautiful woman so he can sleep with [=McCarthy=]. The next day [=McCarthy=] wakes up next to a very grumpy woman who kicks him out of bed, Ted the telepath having moved on to another body and left the original owner to deal with the hangover and cleaning up.
10th Jun '17 2:32:31 AM JackG
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* ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''. [=McCarthy=] spends the night with a woman, then has an OhCrap the next morning when he realises he's late for a meeting with his superior. The woman assumes this trope and refuses to talk to him again, despite repeated attempts.

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* ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''. ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''.
** In ''A Matter for Men'',
[=McCarthy=] spends the night with a woman, then has an OhCrap the next morning when he realises he's late for a meeting with his superior. The woman assumes this trope and refuses to talk to him again, despite repeated attempts.attempts.
** A sci-fi take on this trope occurs in a later novel. A BiTheWay telepath {{Body Surf}}s into the body of a beautiful woman so he can sleep with [=McCarthy=]. The next day [=McCarthy=] wakes up next to a very grumpy woman who kicks him out of bed, Ted having moved on to another body and left the original owner to deal with the hangover and cleaning up.
20th Apr '17 8:52:53 AM FF32
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* Enforceable in ''VideoGame/Persona3Portable'', if the female main character [[spoiler:does Shinjiro's [[OptionalSexualEncounter special event]] on October 3rd...]]

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* Enforceable in ''VideoGame/Persona3Portable'', ''[[VideoGame/Persona3 Persona 3 Portable]]'', if the female main character [[spoiler:does Shinjiro's [[OptionalSexualEncounter special event]] on October 3rd...]]
15th Apr '17 7:51:23 AM JackG
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* ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''. [=McCarthy=] spends the night with a woman, then has an OhCrap the next morning when he realises he's got a meeting with his superior. The woman assumes this trope and refuses to talk to him again, despite repeated attempts.

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* ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''. [=McCarthy=] spends the night with a woman, then has an OhCrap the next morning when he realises he's got late for a meeting with his superior. The woman assumes this trope and refuses to talk to him again, despite repeated attempts.
11th Apr '17 9:04:05 AM Grudgeal
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** [[AmiableExes Jeffrey Sinclair and Catherine Sakai]] are implied to have done this to each other repeatedly over the years: They meet up, start talking about the past, eat dinner, fool around, one of them leaves the next morning, a few months pass and the cycle continues. They finally made an attempt at averting it at the end of Season 1, unfortunately nothing came of it as [[AbsenteeActor Sinclair's actor had to quit the show for health reasons]].

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** [[AmiableExes [[AmicableExes Jeffrey Sinclair and Catherine Sakai]] are implied to have done this to each other repeatedly over the years: They meet up, start talking about the past, eat dinner, fool around, one of them leaves the next morning, a few months pass and the cycle continues. They finally made an attempt at averting it at the end of Season 1, unfortunately nothing came of it as [[AbsenteeActor Sinclair's actor had to quit the show for health reasons]].
11th Apr '17 9:03:05 AM Grudgeal
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** [[AmiableExes Jeffrey Sinclair and Catherine Sakai]] are implied to have done this to each other repeatedly over the years: They meet up, start talking about the past, eat dinner, fool around, one of them leaves the next morning, a few months pass and the cycle continues. They finally made an attempt at averting it at the end of Season 1, unfortunately nothing came of it as [[AbsenteeActor Sinclair's actor had to quit the show for health reasons]].
2nd Apr '17 2:22:16 PM nombretomado
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* Enforceable in [[{{Persona3}} Persona 3 Portable]], if the female main character [[spoiler:does Shinjiro's [[OptionalSexualEncounter special event]] on October 3rd...]]

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* Enforceable in [[{{Persona3}} Persona 3 Portable]], ''VideoGame/Persona3Portable'', if the female main character [[spoiler:does Shinjiro's [[OptionalSexualEncounter special event]] on October 3rd...]]
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